Lithuania’s biggest wind farm opens

An Estonian renewable energy developer has opened the biggest wind farm in neighbouring Lithuania, the $76.5m Ciuteliai plant.

Nelja Energia AS says the wind farm will generate enough power for 27,000 homes.

The plant, 11 miles from the Baltic Coast, has 17 turbines with 39.1 MW of capacity, according to a statement on Nelja Energia’s website.

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Wind-power expansion will help Lithuania curb its reliance on Russian electricity imports and counter a shortfall caused by closing nuclear capacity, according to the Lithuanian wind energy association.

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